Recently, BLP’s Matt Tanner joined other members of the Georgia Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) at the state Capitol to release their 2019 Report Card for Georgia’s Infrastructure. ASCE evaluates the state’s infrastructure every five years, focusing on 14 categories. The report gives Georgia a grade of C+, which is an improvement over 2014’s score of C.
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The new ASCE GA Chapter Board was recently installed into their new positions by ASCE President-Elect, Robin A. Kemper. Among the new officers is Breedlove Land Planning’s own Matthew Tanner, P.E., who will serve as the Georgia Chapter’s President-Elect. Congratulations to all the new board members. We greatly appreciate all that you do in service of the civil engineering profession.
Yanmar America’s EVO//Center project was awarded ASCE Georgia’s Project of the Year in the Natural Environment! The Natural Environment category recognizes projects that exemplify resource protection, land planning, and preservation. Not only does this award recognize success in sustainable design, it exemplifies Breedlove Land Planning’s holistic site design approach in which the practices of planning and civil engineering are integrated seamlessly to maximize a balance between aesthetics and function. We would like to extend a special thanks to Croft and Associates and Yanmar North America for allowing us the opportunity to work with you on this great project. For more information on the Yanmar America’s EVO//Center, check out our previous post here.